Although there is no official “break” in the workplace, the summertime is still utilized to recharge. The intensity of the day-to-day lessens, and the summer months provide a great time to evaluate current and future goals:
Perhaps the direction that you thought you were heading in has shifted. Maybe there’s a new trend that you’re noticing in your business or a new phenomenon that you need to adjust to.
What does all of this mean for you and your business in this second half of the year?
This might sound like a lot to think about during your downtime and when the livin’ is easy. Here are some suggestions for ways to focus on the three Rs of the workplace (the adult version of reading, ‘riting, and ‘rithmetic).
Take-away: Don’t assume that nobody is around over the next three months. It’s important to stay persistent in your strategy and execution. Continue to meet with clients. Ensure that people are still thinking about you. And schedule some meetings (especially at the pool).
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